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Lower Left abdominal pain starts 5days after fingered by boyfriend, pregnant?

I am 17 yrs old . Me and my boyfriend was fooling around , and he fingered me . He ***-ed afterwards and cleaned off himself with a tissue . after 5 mintues , he fingered me . but he said he is very sure he wiped his hands on his pants before fingering me . 5 days later , im having abdominal pain on my lower left abdominal .
I went to see a doctor and have my urine tested . Doctor said it was normal , so it wasnt like a kidney stone or anything (which he thought it was) .  So , i heard that implantation can cause lower left abdominal pain too , and i am SCARED TO DEATH that i might be pregnant ... is it even possible??? my boyfriend was sure that he wiped his hands before fingering me . i only felt the lower left abdominal pain 5days later. please reply to me , im desperate for advises. thankyouverymuch !
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1809109 tn?1331807377
Honestly you're MUCH more likely to get a bacterial infection from the natural bacteria on his hand than you are to get pregnant. Also stress can cause nausea, vomiting, dizziness, headaches, fatigue, appetite change, late period, bloating, etc. So can quite a few other things so it's very difficult to tell if you're pregnant based on symptoms alone.

3 weeks after this happened or if your period is late, take a home pregnancy test. Make sure you take it with your first morning urine; most concentrated and therefore most accurate.

Watch for change in discharge- if the smell, texture, or color is off this pain could be caused by an infection. Its also possible you had an ovarian cyst that was missed. It's also possible a kidney stone could be missed. Not all stones show up on an Xray and sometimes the amount of blood in the urine goes unseen. If the pain is excruciatingly bad go back to your dr or even to the ER depending on how painful it is. Also if you spike a fever get back to the dr as that could be a sign you have an infection.
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maybe you were not prepared for that .
No thing like Death will take place.
Maybe you have some sexual problems .
It will be f9 afterwards..
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Thank you so much for the reply ! Really appreciated ! But does this means that it is almost impossible to get pregnant this way ?
1809109 tn?1331807377
In theory it's not, all it takes is one sperm. However sperm doesn't last long outside the body and unless he had a glob of semen on his finger when he inserted it the probability is freakishly low. Honestly I'd consider winning the lotto more likely.
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are there other more probable causes for my lower left abdominal pain if it isnt implantation cramps ? the doctor i went to , looks kinda new and only gave me painkillers. he said he have no exact idea what caused it too. /:
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Lower left near the pelvic area could be kidney, ovarian cyst, or constipation. There might be others, but those are the ones I think of.

Kidney pains would probably be marked with side/back pains as well as possible pain that feels deep behind the bellybutton but not directly behind it. Hard to explain. Kidney stones also come with blood in your urine, LOTS of pain (depending on size), and UTI's (so painful urination, frequent urination, cloudy urine, fever, burning sensation). Note not all symptoms have to be there for it to be from a kidney stone. Treatment for small ones are usually lots of water and perhaps a diet change. For example-my friend got pain killers, told to drink at least 2 liters a day, and avoid calcium vitamins and too much dairy. (And she hasn't had one since.) Stones that are very large and stuck in the kidney either need to be broken down or surgically removed. (These large stones are quite rare in comparison to the smaller ones so if you have kidney stones it's probably the small ones causing problems.)

Thankfully I'm much less familiar with ovarian cysts. However, from what I gather, when they rupture is when the pain comes. I had a friend in high school who had an ovarian cyst and she told me they had to put in a catheter to fill up her bladder and that was still less painful and awkward than the cyst. You're more likely to have these cysts if you have a family or personal history of them or if you have PCOS (which for the most part seems to go undiagnosed until someone tries to conceive). I believe some symptoms of ovarian cysts are bloating, nausea, and pain. However, I'm really not sure. If you want to know more about ovarian cysts pop over to the PCOS community.

As far as constipation goes- that one I've had plenty of experience with. I actually went to the ER a few years ago with massive amounts of pain that I thought was an ovarian cyst. After tons of tests, they couldn't find anything wrong with me. The CT scan did show I was backed up, so I was told that that might be causing the problem, take a laxative. For the week preceding this pain I had irregular movements and mostly dry pebbles. So even if you do have some movements you could still be backed up enough to cause pain, bloating, and nausea. If your bowels have been off try taking a gentle stool softener and/or a natural laxative (such as prune juice). A pharmacist can help point you in the right direction. Make sure you increase your fiber (apples, pears, fresh veggies, or even a supplement like metamucil if needed) AND increase your water. Seems counter intuitive but water is vital for good poos. If your body doesn't have enough water that leads to constipation. Try to aim for between 1 and 2 liters of water a day. It sounds like a lot, but if you carry around a 1 liter bottle it's amazing how much you actually drink. Also keep in mind that those pain killers he gave you can make you constipated.
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My lower left abdominal pain is getting better already . However , I still get it randomly sometimes or when I urinate . Also , I've been feeling bloated for 4 - 5 days already. I also occasionally feel nausea . My bowels havent really been smooth recently so I'm suspecting it is constipation . From what I've described , do you think it could be constipation too ? Thanks for the reply !
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Quite probable if you've had bad poos last week. It's amazing how easily it is to get backed up. Just make sure you get some prune juice or other natural laxative and lots of water. I personally go for prune juice but it's pretty nasty so I have to take it like a shot- with a chaser.
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hey there , i am supposed to have my period today but it didnt come , and im having white wet tissue paper-like discharge , quite alot of it , however there is no rashing or itching . is it normal ? im really really worried ? could this be the cause of me , missing my period ? please reply asap !! thankyousomuch !!

1809109 tn?1331807377
I'm unsure of the cause for clumpy discharge, but I don't think it's anything too bad. As long as smell, color, and sensation (like no itching) are normal it should be fine.

I'm sure the past few weeks have been stressful. Likely that has delayed your period. Take a pregnancy test as a precaution after it's been late by 1-3 days. If it's over a week late and maybe you should see a dr.
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Your not pregnant.
1925157 tn?1328932617
It seems.you stressing.g out could be a big cause in you missing your period! And this discharge sounds like a yeast infection.
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This guy i am seeing fingered me 2 weeks ago (a week before my period was due) and it was fine. Then, he c**** into a tissue, a couple minutes later he tried to finger me from behind, but it REALLY hurt. Now, my period is late and I don't know why. He didn't have any sperm on his fingers (since he used a tissue). I am feeling a little nauseous and bloated. But, I have been stressing out over this. What is happening?
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